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James Anderson
James Anderson
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A bullion buyer years before the 2008 Global Financial Crisis, James Anderson is a grounded precious metals researcher, content creator, and physical investment grade bullion professional. He has authored several Gold & Silver Guides and has been featured on the History Channel, Zero Hedge, Gold-Eagle, Silver Seek, Value Walk and many more. You can pick up Jame's most recent, comprehensive 200+ Page book here at SD Bullion.

Given that repressed commodity values are now near 100-year low level valuations versus large US stocks, James remains convinced investors and savers should buy and maintain a prudent physical bullion position now, before more unfunded promises debase away in the coming decades.

  1. Ghana Buying Oil With Gold Bullion Instead of USD

    Terry Duffy, the CEO in charge of the CME Group's COMEX NYMEX futures markets, has recently been doing victory laps on podcast interviews and in major media TV channel segments dunking on the ongoing FTX and SBF cryptocurrency exchange failure.

    Last week, in perhaps one of the more bizarre Freudian slips, T-Duff, as I’ll nickname him here. He just blurted to Tucker Carlson and FOX viewers that he bribes the CFTC, the supposed regulator of the futures commodity derivative markets in the USA. 

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  2. 2022 Silver Market Headed for Biggeset Deficit in Decades

    The financial world learned last week that the global silver market in 2022 is headed for its biggest supply deficit in decades. Silver supplies are shrinking to meet outsized demand.

    The Silver Institute made headlines stating that worldwide silver demand is on track to eclipse 1.2 billion ounces in 2022, up an additional +16% from already historically high levels reached last year in 2021.

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  3. How To Lose $15 Billion in Crypto in 10 Days?

    Last week, it was impossible not to stop and stare in awe at the still floating but sinking dumpster fire in the cryptocurrency market in 2022. As the second largest cryptocurrency exchange in the world, FTX imploded and filed for bankruptcy.

    Its CEO Sam Bankman-Fried resigned in disgrace, likely prison-bound.

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  4. Central Banks Continue to Buy Gold Bullion at Record Highs

    Central banks are reportedly on pace this year to buy more gold bullion since the last official gold price rigging scheme collapsed (London Gold Pool 1960-1968, as the US dollar gold spot price multiplied 24Xs to follow by early 1980, running from $35 oz to $850 oz in about a dozen years).

    Last week, a Q3 2022 report by the World Gold Council stated that nearly 400 metric tonnes of gold bullion got bought up by central banks. 

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  5. How much Gold is in a Computer Desktop or Laptop?

    Gold in Your Computer

    Few consumers of computer desktops and laptops know the interior of their electronics get thinly layered in gold.

    While silver may be less expensive and faster in terms of conducting electricity than gold, the fact that gold does not corrode with open-air is why it gets used in high-end electronics.

    Thus far in the 21st Century, we humans have averaged using about 10% of our annual new line gold supplies to build out our modern computing and electronics infrastructure.

    Of the typical 3,000 metric tonnes of newly mined gold ore per year, some 300 tonnes of gold goes into producing high-end electronics (some may too come from another 1,000 tonnes annually recycled gold).

    Gold coats parts inside the computer or smartphone from where you are reading this content. Learn how much gold is in a typical computer and see how it sometimes gets recycled.

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  6. Only 50% Of COMEX Silver Available for Delivery?

    In the second half of this week’s update, we make a building case for how the world is understandably unaware of a building shortage in readily available reasonably priced bullion products, not merely from small size (IE: silver bars, silver coins and silver rounds) but eventually to even institutional and industrial large-sized bullion bars.

    This year’s commodity price selloffs with relative fiat US dollar strength have helped quiet headlines about many ongoing constraints here and to come. Shortages will continue to be a growing issue in the commodities and energies we need. In the coming fiat dollar bear market, that will become painfully obvious.

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